Edges of Darkness

Edges of Darkness

Three interconnected tales of terror set against the backdrop of a zombie apocalypse.

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Brian C (fr) wrote: Fail on so many levels. The title of the movie is ridiculus, the ghost looks like predator sneaking around, and the dimensions of the house are totally impossible.

Staffan W (br) wrote: Det finns frvisso INGENTING ont att sga om en film som denna, men om en mnad kommer jag att fullstndigt ha glmt bort den. Eller vnta, r det en ond sak?

Joseph A (kr) wrote: Too many side-stories to focus on and the cameos from other LDS films were almost laughable by the end. Of course the historical story is very moving, but I found this interpretation somewhat flawed.

Jillian L (us) wrote: This is a weird little movie. The first 20-30 minutes are really promising. Sean Penn immediately grabs you with this character, retired rocker Cheyenne. And then you meet Frances McDormand who plays his wife, and you watch their relationship and it's interesting. But once he gets to America, the whole thing just kind of meanders from place to place, like the main character. There are some wonderful moments from Sean Penn. But they're mostly monologues that he delivers to some random side character. I was just really hoping this was going to go somewhere. Don't get me wrong, it's a wonderful showcase for Penn, but the movie as a whole fell short for me.

Long L (ru) wrote: Oddly enough, this movie was better than expected. Not as sexist as you would think. The lawyer characters were really good at being a**holes. And the cougars made believable cougars. The ending was good too. Not your typical "happy" ending, but I liked it because it was different.

Catherine R (au) wrote: Book cometh to life.

Sgt C (kr) wrote: (38%)A comedy drama that isn't funny or dramatic enough to surpass even moderate expectations. The director Shane Meadows appears to relish depicting the working class, but here his characters largely come across like one dimensional Viz cartoon strips, only not as comically pleasing, yet at the same time just as stereotypical. The cast is made up of a strong British cast from all corners of the country, but the slightly soap opera style writing is never quite good enough meaning no one ever gets the chance to shine. There are some amusing parts toward the first half, but the maudlin and trite closing sequence is enough to make me never want to watch this ever again.

Rick V (jp) wrote: This is the best movie that has ever been made or ever will be made. They might as well have just closed Hollywood when they wrapped production of The Godfather.

Tammy (ag) wrote: I love this movie and have it with my Prince collection!!

Grant G (fr) wrote: Righteous And Undeniably Authentic!

Tiberio S (de) wrote: I'm writing this about a year later, but I remember this being a sincere character piece that allowed me to sympathize with age and the naievety of falling for a younger girl associated with it.

logan g (gb) wrote: Good but could have took a little more risk like straight outta Compton but still amazing

Adam C (us) wrote: One of my favourite movies. It's pretty good and I would recommend it.

ariela C (de) wrote: I'm in love. Ellen page is phenomenal in this go check it out

Talon D (de) wrote: This was a very enjoyable movie with a very clever story and great humour/characters. Will Ferrell was especially awesome in it. I loved the twists near the end and how it didn't go how you'd expect at all. I also really enjoyed the Roxanne character. The character itself was different than most other girls in animated movies and you couldn't quite tell how she'd act or react. The animation was also quite good. The Megamind character is very unique and has a ton of good characterization in the movie. And I like how he was forced to be a hero in the end and he realized it was actually a great thing. Highly recommend.